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7.9
by 910 reviewers
Excellent hotel, brilliant staff very helpful if you need help getting around etc. Breakfast is simple (orange juice, toast, coffee etc) but still a nice start to the day and you can get scrambled eggs for about 160 yen extra - also there's a 24/7 small supermarket across the road which is handy for food and drinks too. Jimbocho station is about 3-5 minute walk away, which means you can easily get the metro to anywhere in Tokyo very quickly (about 20 mins max to most key places)! The hostel sells 1, 2 or 3 day metro passes which I would recommend if you're planning to get about using the metro more than once or twice a day as they are very good value. We had a private double room with shared bathroom, I was a little concerned about the bed being small but it was more than big enough. Shared bathroom was absolutely fine as well, separate shower rooms to the toilets, never had to queue or wait and basically felt like it was our own bathroom anyway as it was right outside the door (no long corridors to walk down in your towel).
8.5
by 3057 reviewers
We are a family of 4 (2 young children) and we booked a room with 3 beds and it was very spacious. Breakfast was great! Food and view. The location is great for family with small children as it is not too crowded, unlike Shinjuku. We could take a stroll at night with ease. There were 2 halal restaurants nearby (1 Japanese and 1 Indian). Getting there from Narita Airport was convenient. We took the airport limousine that went straight to the hotel. There was regular shuttle bus to Tokyo Sky Tree too.
7.8
by 763 reviewers
The bedroom was clean, daily service with new towels, fresh bed linen and robe. We really liked the robe. Despite the room is not big, it was very comfortable. Location close to Tokyo tower, temple and park. A couple stops away from Tokyo station when we had to leave Tokyo by bullet train. There's food and supermarkets close by.
7.5
by 3847 reviewers
Friendly and very helpfully staff. Great location (easy walk to to Asakusa and Edo Tokyo Museum and the Ryogoku Kokugikan (Sumo Stadium) Compact, comfortable and clean Great value for money - we were a family of 5 (3 teenage boys) and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Be sure to cross the river for good food options though the noodle bar ocross the streeet is very good value and tasty as well (also a well stocked convenience store just around the corner) Easy walk (15 mins) to the sky tree (though the front desk staff tried to tell us google maps was wrong and it would take us 40 mins, not so) and also an easy walk back from the Ryogoku Kokugikan (Sumo Stadium) Internet was fast (we watched a few shows from iTunes with minimal disruption (may depend on the time of day and who else use using). Worth noting that your room is not serviced during your stay however linen may be exchanged at any time. We liked this approach as it saves unnecessary cleaning.
9.2
by 811 reviewers
view good staff nice location well
8.5
by 863 reviewers
Though slightly more expensive than many other hotels in Tokyo, this hotel was a pleasure to stay in. Big, comfortable rooms and friendly staff, obviously very ideally located inside the airport. It is located in the domestic terminal, but if you have an international flight there is a free shuttle bus that starts at 5am. Overall, a great visit.
7.9
by 1523 reviewers
If you like all the anime, manga and cartoony sort of stuff, then this hotel is in a super convenient location. Couple of minutes walk and you're at JR Kanda train station, one stop from Akihabara, anime central for Tokyo. Also one stop in the other direction from Tokyo central station so close to all of your Shinkansen needs. Also, family mart next door is super awesome for late night snacks, staff there were really helpful when trying to use the ticket machine in there too.
8.6
by 3513 reviewers
The free shuttle bus is very easy to find. Just the opposite side of the arrival gate. Really good choice for late arrival or early departure. The room is quite good and we can find good restaurant nearby.
7.7
by 1200 reviewers
It is a very nice hotel with very friendly reception stuff. The breakfast is included in the room rate and even though it's the same every day, it's possible to try different things. I read that the rooms are extremely small, but actually we were able to fit in alright with 2 suitcases. The rooms are small though, but they serve the purpose - you just go there to shower and sleep. I was glad that the non-smoking rooms were actually non-smoking and we were not surprised by any strange smells when we got the room. The location was ok as well. If I hadn't read that this was a red light district, I wouldn't have known. There are some women in the streets but it's all quite discrete and it's a calm place even in the night. The hotel is situated (almost) on the main street so you won't need to walk any small alleys. Subway and bus stops are very near, Ueno park is walking distance and it has a very very good connection to Narita airport. There are many 7elevens near and some good places to eat. The hotel offers free tea/coffee from a machine all day. All in all, it's good for Tokyo. Keep in mind that it's a cheap hotel, with very good value- price ratio. It is no 5 star hotel though.
8.6
by 1428 reviewers
Staff Service was very good and everyone helpful and attentive
8.5
by 1152 reviewers
The staff were nice and welcoming and more than happy to communicate in English when required. They were happy to locate me and my friend next to each other even though we booked separately. The rooms were cleaned to a high standard every morning unless requested to not disturb and were happy to clean at a later time if you hadn't left the room yet. The freebies offered in the lobby (razors etc.) meant that I didn't have to go searching for a body cloth as soon as I got there and the shampoo, conditioner and body wash was nice-smelling.
8.5
by 1236 reviewers
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